Consolidated Practice Directives Manual
This work incorporates the latest practice directives for all the major divisions of the High Court as well as for the Constitutional Court, Supreme Court of Appeal, Land Claims Court, Labour Courts and the Dep
This work incorporates the latest practice directives for all the major divisions of the High Court as well as for the Constitutional Court, Supreme Court of Appeal, Land Claims Court, Labour Courts and the Department of Trade and Industry, all conveniently combined into one easy to use manual.
It is a valuable resource to law students; candidate attorneys; new legal practitioners as well as seasoned practitioners who regularly appear in various divisions of our High Courts and for whom a good working knowledge of the latest practice directives is essential.
Practice directives deal with how the court functions on a day to day basis. The Honourable Mr. Justice P. Levinsohn, Deputy Judge President of KwaZulu-Natal Divisions commented that "Practice Directives Supplement the Rules. They are intended to act as a ruling in advance, as it were, by all the Judges of the Division as to how they expect things to be done and what is expected of Practitioners."
The following terminologies are used interchangeably in the above mentioned context: practice directives/directions/notices/regulations/rules.
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Supreme Court of Appeal
Gauteng North (Pretoria) and South (Johannesburg) High Courts
Free State High Court
Eastern Cape High Court
Western Cape High Court
Northern Cape High Court
KwaZulu-Natal High Court Durban and Pietermaritzburg
Land Claims Court
North West High Court
Limpopo High Court
Labour Court Labour Appeal Court
Department of Trade and Industry
Competition Appeal Court